Shi-Hyun is the girl who brings nothing but bad luck–at least that’s what everyone believes. In some ways, Shi-Hyun herself is convinced of this and tries to stay away from the people she loves the most. As a result, she has developed this outer shell, making her look tough and indifferent even with the constantly bullying. But when she transfers to a new high school, a new start brings new characters–and new challenges–into her life.
I don’t have much to say about this manhwa. I loved the first two volumes. I was engaged and emotionally attached to the characters. However, in the last three volumes the main protagonist’s indecisiveness irritated me a little. I think I somewhat understood what the author was going for, but it wasn’t done very well. I suppose it could also be because some things were lost in translation, but I think over all it was a little rushed and some critical information was just suddenly thrust upon you. And even though it was critical and explained some things, it almost seemed out of place and felt a little too unbelievable.
I do recommend this series because at some points the protagonist felt very honest and realistic in her reactions to things. Over all, this series was enjoyable and the artwork is pretty.